Synopses & Reviews
Key Selling Points- Eric Flint is a popular new star of fantasy and alternate history SF. The hardcover edition of his alternate history novel 1632 sold out in just a few months and went back to press, and the mass market edition, now in its third large printing, has an 88% sellthrough.- Flint's collaborations with New York Times best-selling author David Weber (1633) and best-selling fantasy superstar Mercedes Lackey (The Shadow of the Lion) will have greatly expanded his already impressively large and enthusiastic audience.- K. D. Wentworth's novel Moonspeaker (Hawk) was praised for creating "a complex but fascinating society" by Anne McCaffrey, who also called her "a good storyteller."- Wentworth is author of seven novels, including Black on Black and Stars Over Stars for Baen, and over fifty short stories for Fantasy & Science Fiction, Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, Realms of Fantasy, etc. She is a winner in the Writers of the Future contest, and has been a Nebula Award finalist twice. Her latest solo novel is the alternate history fantasy This Fair Land (Hawk).